Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Incomplete collection of business records, chiefly correspondence between Reynolds and Strickler, reflecting Strickler's experiences of selling to veterans, especially U.S. Grant and William T. Sherman, veterans' organizations, the company's display at the Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition in 1876, and other business matters -- Also includes correspondence of Reynolds; letters from other sales representatives and veterans organizations; design of patent used in 1868; order blanks; and miscellaneous notes and records of Massachusetts Adjutant General's Office (1885-1888) with which Reynolds had business dealings
Navarro College
Autograph letter signed, written to an unidentified "Major," and relating to his experience as commander of the 6th New York Cavalry Regiment at the Battle of Antietam
Perkins School for the Blind Archives
A collection of portraits of students, as well as their teachers, at the Perkins School for the Blind. The students, ranging in age from kindergarten to adulthood, are shown in formal portraits, as well as in their daily activities. The collection highlights various communication methods used with people with a combined vision and hearing loss. Most are black and white photographs. In 1931 Perkins School for the Blind opened a special department for students with deafblindness. Prior to this time, a special teacher was hired for each pupil, but once the new department was established, teachers trained in speech development were hired for classroom instruction, and residential staff was hired for time outside of the classroom. At this time, speech work through oral instruction was the primary mode of communication and the use of sign language was not encouraged. Many students were instructed at that time using the Tadoma method, in which a hand is placed on the face of the speaker, ... Read More
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society
The bulk of the collection consists of Lowell's photographs of gay hippies and male nudes in the 1970s -- There are mounted prints, proofs, contact sheets and negatives. Almost all the manuscript materials in the collection are from the year 1970. The collection includes position papers, broadsides, essays, and poetry from "progressive" organizations, including material on women's issues from throughout the country. The more clearly political publications are from the Red Butterfly Collective, Gay Flames from the NYC Gay Liberation Front and an essay by Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon. There are also poetry, letters and anthologies of creative works from Bob Rivera, Charles Shively, and the Hoddypoll Press in San Francisco
University of Mississippi
Collection contains speaker approval forms and papers relating to rejected speakers and court cases. Persons represented included Charles Evers, Tyrone Gettis, Robert James Havighurst, Martin Luther King, Jr., John Pearson Roche, Norman Thomas, and Robert Penn Warren
University of Montana--Missoula,-- Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Chiefly records relating to Weston's Missoula and western Montana businesses. Weston dealt with dry goods and clothing for both townspeople and rural residents who worked in the logging business, and the financial records reflect this. There are also records of small businesses in rural western Montana towns, for whom Weston was a wholesaler. The records of Westerner's and other Missoula-based businesses also demonstrate a changing business climate as Missoula grew in the early and mid twentieth century. Additionally, Weston owned a number of other business and residential properties in Missoula, and property abstracts and appraisals reflect the location, use, and value of these properties at different times. A reflective sample of office equipment used in his businesses demonstrates the technology used, and photographs of the interior and exterior of his stores shows advertising and merchandising techniques over time. As a lifelong Missoula resident, Weston's personal materals ... Read More
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K . Ross Toole Archives
The Maley family papers consist of a wide variety of documents, photographs, scrapbooks, ephemera and other materials related to the various Maley family members' lives. The bulk of the collection documents Frances Jean Maley, life-long resident of Missoula, Montana. Her materials range from university coursework to sympathy cards to pressed flowers to recipe books to a travel journal. Together the collection provides insight into the lives of John Maley, who was born in 1854 and moved to Missoula in the 1880s, and several of his daughters. The collection was compiled by Frances Maley, who outlived all her siblings, and includes documents about them including funeral books and correspondence
American Jewish Archives
Includes correspondence received while Cohn worked in Georgia from 1974 to 1979, Kansas City, Mo., from 1979 to 1983,and Temple Sinai in New Orleans, La., beginning in 1987 -- Topics represented include Holocaust memorials, and Jews in Georgia and Kansas City, Mo. Synagogues represented include Hebrew Benevolent Congregation (Atlanta, Ga.), New Reform Temple (Kansas City, Mo.), Temple Beth Israel (Macon, Ga.), Temple Sinai (New Orleans, La.), and Temple Sinai (Pittsburgh, Pa.).
Brick Store Museum
Collection of receipts and records of financial transactions of the Female Tract Society of the South Church, Kennebunkport, Me., which includes four bundles of receipts (1831-1834), seventeen receipts for tracts purchased from the American Tract Society (1831-1840), and two sheets of records of the Society (1831-1834)
San Diego Air and Space Museum, Library and Archives
Eleven black and white photos